Louisiana Small Business Development Center and Women's Business Enterprise Council South presents
PUT SOCIAL MEDIA TO WORK FOR YOUR BUSINESS
Social Media Marketing... are you doing it wrong?
Can you clearly define and explain what your company’s online strategy is?
McKenzie Coco, Founder and President of FSC Interactive, is ready to share the time tested tools of the trade with you. Topics in this half-day workshop include:
● How To’s in Social Media and Search Engine Marketing
● Best Practices for Online Marketing
● Up-to-the Minute Knowledge and developing strategies to stay Innovative and Keep Your Competitive Edge online
Tiffany Starnes is Vice President of FSC Interactive and specializes in helping companies increase the effectiveness of their marketing investment with revenue generating recommendations for interactive optimization. FSC Interactive develops online strategies for businesses through social media strategy and search optimization. Creating Focused, Smart Communications plans for clients big and small we filter through the clutter and drive qualified leads to your business. In addition to accolades throughout the hospitality, tourism and marketing communities, Tiffany was recognized for her interactive success as one of Gambit’s 40 under 40 in 2008. As a founding member of Net2NO, she is unwavering in her support of the local interactive and technology community. She was also chair of social media outreach for YLC with fellow FSC team member Andy Kutcher and loves teaching beginners how to use social media tools to accomplish their business goals.
NOTE: Seating is limited. All attendees must pre-register on or before noon on Thursday, July 31st.
*Complimentary and discounted registrations are provided by our partner Chevron and WBEC South fundraisers. Due to the demand, anyone with a complimentary registration that does not attend will be billed a charge of $65
“Put Social Media to Work For Your Business” is presented by the Louisiana Small Business Development Center.
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Women's Business Enterprise Council South
Advancing opportunities for women-owned businesses.